Paris, 1st June 2015 – Stormshield (Arkoon Netasq), a key player on the cybersecurity market has announced that it will be exhibiting at Infosecurity Europe which is being held in London from 2nd– 4th June. During this event, Stormshield plans to demonstrate how its “Multi-layer Collaborative Security” concept can help companies better respond to constantly-evolving security threats.
In the light of increasingly hostile and complex threats, it has become essential for companies to protect their resources against malevolent acts. For security professionals, the ability to counter constantly-changing attack vectors is critical for the successful protection of the company’s networks, terminals and data.
At the upcoming Infosecurity Europe event, Stormshield will present Stormshield Endpoint Security, its one-stop solution for terminals, which delivers end-to-end centralized protection against malicious acts for both fixed workstations and mobile devices.
Stormshield Endpoint Security provides a tangible solution to ATP attacks:
- Protects against malwares with for example ransom demands, or that attempt to bypass payment terminals.
- Protects Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 operating systems that are no longer supported by Microsoft.
- Provides one-stop proactive protection against unknown malwares.
Attendees at the conference will also have the opportunity to find out more about the SN910, the latest addition to the Stormshield Network range. The SN910 is perfectly adapted to the needs of medium sized businesses and large enterprises that require a high speed fibre optic connection (10Gb).
The Stormshield range offers clients a true multi-layer security model as a result of the active collaboration between the security engines of the various Stormshield solutions. Without any doubt, Multi-layer Collaborative Security is the future of defense in-depth of information systems. It provides next-generation protection against increasingly sophisticated threats that effortlessly bypass conventional security technologies.